Property Summary:Built in the early 1900's, this spacious three bedroomed house has been transformed into a comfortable family home yet retains many period features. It's within walking distance of one of Ealing's most popular state schools - Fielding Primary, and has a garden backing on to the grounds of West Ealing Bowls Club.
- Period Features
- Contemporary Kitchen
- Close to Fielding Primary School
- Close to Northfields Tube
- Three Bedrooms
- Secluded Garden
On a popular road in the heart of Northfields, this smart house with large bay windows has plenty of kerb appeal. Inside, the generously wide hallway welcomes you in. The first door on the right takes you into the living room. With a large square bay and double glazed windows it’s bright and spacious yet very homely. The dining room is next door and has sliding glass doors making the most of the view into the garden and beyond. The third reception room is at the end of the hall and leads into the kitchen which is contemporary in style with high gloss white cabinets and contrasting black work tops. Outside, the lawn is surrounded by mature trees and shrubs. With the grounds of West Ealing Bowls Club at the end it feels private and secluded.
Inside and upstairs, there’s a large bedroom at the front, looking on to the tree lined street from its large bay. A similar sized bedroom looks out on the garden and grounds. It’s a generous size with plenty of space for storage. The family bathroom is at the top of the stairs on the left. It has a modern white style suite including a shower over the bath. This lovely family home is only moments from the independent coffee shops, restaurants and boutiques of Northfield Avenue and West Ealing. The close proximity to the stations at Northfields, Boston Manor and West Ealing also make this house an attractive proposition.